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“The Clay Travis & Buck Sexton Show” Takes Over Spot Left by the Late Rush Limbaugh

“The Clay Travis & Buck Sexton Show” Takes Over Spot Left by the Late Rush Limbaugh

New Program Hits Las Vegas Airwaves This Week on AM670 KMZQ

A new era in conservative talk radio begins this week when “The Clay Travis & Buck Sexton Show” debuts on more than 400 radio stations nationwide and locally on AM670 KMZQ. The new syndicated program takes over the 9 a.m. – noon daypart. The launch of “The Clay Travis & Buck Sexton Show” is one of the biggest in talk radio history as they take over from one of the biggest names in talk radio, Rush Limbaugh, who occupied that timeslot for more than three decades..

 

“The reaction from radio stations, advertisers and listeners will be tremendous,” said Kemp Broadcastings & Digital Outdoor EVP/GM Marty Basch. “Clay and Buck will be a winning combination as they launch their new show in Las Vegas.

 

Among the major market affiliates are: WOR New York (710); KEIB Los Angeles (1150); KTRH Houston (740); WFOM Atlanta (1230); WXKS Boston (1200); WIOD Miami (610); KFYI Phoenix (550); WFLA Tampa (970); KTLK Minneapolis (1130); KEX Portland, OR (1190); and KFBK-AM/FM Sacramento (1530/93.1), and again, locally on AM670 KMZQ.

 

About Kemp Broadcasting & Digital Outdoor

Kemp Broadcasting & Digital Outdoor is a diversified media company.  Kemp operates from the city of Las Vegas, NV with radio and billboard assets.  Kemp operates two FM stations, KVEG HOT 97.5 (CHR) and KVGQ DaBomb 106.9 (Adult Hits) and AM station AM670 KMZQ (The Right Talk for Las Vegas) and their billboard division of more than 30+ billboards, six of which are digital.  Additionally, the radio division operates one FM in the city of Payson, AZ, KEMP-FM (Adult Hits) a simulcast of KVGQ-FM and one FM in the city of Nanakuli, HI, KNAN-FM (HOT AC).

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“The Clay Travis & Buck Sexton Show” Takes Over Spot Left by the Late Rush Limbaugh
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A new era in conservative talk radio begins this week when “The Clay Travis & Buck Sexton Show” debuts on more than 400 radio stations nationwide and locally on AM670 KMZQ.